Priceline is set to launch a 40 per cent off sale on all fake tan, skincare and sunscreen lotions, with the discounted prices in place for three days only.
The Australian pharmacy will be hosting the markdowns online and in store from Wednesday August 12 until Friday August 14, while stocks last.
Popular brands like L’Oreal, Weleda, Alya Skin, Bondi Sands and Garnier will all be included in the sale, with everything from night serums, sleeping masks, moisturisers and self tanning drops available at a discounted rate.
The Olay Regenerist Retinol 24 Night Serum, an anti-ageing product with the chemical niacinamide in it to build the skin’s keratin and strength, was $59.99 but will be $29.99 from Wednesday.
L’Oréal Paris’ Revitalift HA Serum is also heavily reduced from $44.99 to $26.99 and French brand Avene’s Hydrance Hydrating Sleeping Masks were $56.99 but will be reduced to $34.20.
Weleda Skin Food, which can be used as an all-over moisturising balm, was $24.95 but will be $14.97, while Neutrogena’s Ultra Sheer Face & Body Lotion SPF50 will be $10.19 from $16.99.
If your skin is in desperate need of some cleansing the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Rose Water will be $8.39 from $13.99, and it can be followed with Alya Skin Pink Perfect Clay Mask which was $49.99 but will be $29.99.
Fake tan connoisseurs can stock up on Bondi Sands Aero Ultra Dark Self Tanning Foam, which is normally $26.99 but will be $16.99, and Tanologist Face & Body Drops was $19.99 but will be $11.99.
Skin Republic Hyaluronic Acid & Collagen Face Sheet Mask were $7.99 each but are now $4.79, so it’s worth stocking up on your luxury care items.
Bioderma’s Micellar Water, Trilogy Rosehip Oil and La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra will also be on sale from Wednesday, but their reduced price is yet to be listed.
Victorians who aren’t able to visit the physical Priceline stores in lockdown will be able to shop online for their goods.